Exploring Eye Tracking to Increase Bandwidth in User Modeling

@inproceedings{Conati2005ExploringET,
  title={Exploring Eye Tracking to Increase Bandwidth in User Modeling},
  author={Cristina Conati and Christina Merten and Kasia Muldner and David Ternes},
  booktitle={User Modeling},
  year={2005}
}
The accuracy of a user model usually depends on the amount and quality of information available on the user’s states of interest. An eye-tracker provides data detailing where a user is looking during interaction with the system. In this paper we present a study to explore how this information can improve the performance of a model designed to assess the user’s tendency to engage in a meta-cognitive behavior known as self-explanation. 

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